Rodney Wilson

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Rodney Wilson is the director of postgraduate studies at Durham University. He was previously, visiting professor at the Universities of Kuwait and Paris X, the...

Islamic Banking and Finance in Bahrain

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The development of Islamic banking and finance in Bahrain is argued under three wide  but interconnected headings.  These are  regulation, operation, and education.  Islamic...

Timur Kuran

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TIMUR KURAN Biography Timur Kuran is a Professor of Economics and Political Science, and Gorter Family Professor of Islamic Studies at Duke University. His research concentrates...

Islamic Banking and Finance in Canada

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Almost  $900 billion in resources throughout the world  are directed  by Islamic banks that work according to sharia, an commentation of Islamic law.  In...

Islamic Banking and Finance in France

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ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE IN FRANCE The development of Islamic finance in France is ascribed to powerful  encouragement  by the French authorities, who have built...

Interest and Profit in Islamic Economics

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In Islamic economy, dealing with commerce and getting profit has been accepted as permissible and legal. In the Qur’an “Their commerce hasn’t bring profit”...

Islamic Banking and Finance in Qatar

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The Qatari government’s policy to make the country a center  for Islamic banking is succeeding, according to a report printed by Standard and  Poor’s...

Ibn Khaldun

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Who is the father of economic sciences? If you ask this question to scholars, professors and economists; the answer you would get to be Adam...

Islamic Banking and Finance in Pakistan

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The Islamic finance sector  has advanced  to be recognized as a sustainable alternate to conventional finance.  Islamic financial foundations are presently providing a broad...

Ali Shariati

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His life : His childhood Shariati was born in Mazinan, Sabzevar, Iran; in 1933. His father was a contemprorary-nationalist teacher. He, for the first time, came across...